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Warriors win Game 1

Stephen Curry scores 34 points in the Warriors' 106-99 Game 1 win over the Pelicans.

Saturday's MLB highlights

Orioles top Red Sox (0:33)

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What's left for Lionel Messi?

After scoring his 400th career goal for Barcelona, Alexis Nunes takes a look at a few more milestones Lionel Messi has his sights set on for the rest of his career.

SportsCenter visits Ohio State

Cardale Jones, JT Barrett conversation (3:56)

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Stanley Cup playoffs highlights

Tarasenko lifts the Blues (1:55)

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Have You Seen?

WATCH: Higuain's back heel stunner (0:43)

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Sport Science: Tripling Your Betts

Several individual plays were considered for Play of the Week, but instead the Sport Science team recognized a series of plays by Boston's Mookie Betts and called it our Performance of the Week.

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What to make of A-Rod's hot start

With two more home runs against Tampa Bay, Alex Rodriguez is off to a terrific start. What's fueling it? Buster Olney examines.

SportsCenter Clips

Spieth 9 under after third round 68 (1:36)

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Rockhold submits Machida
MMA 

Luke Rockhold dominated Lyoto Machida, scoring the submission with a rear naked choke in the second round. It's Rockhold's 4th straight win, the past 3 of which have been via submission.

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The first quarter in one play
NBA 

It was the second basket of the game for the Rockets, but this James Harden alley-oop to Dwight Howard was pretty representative of Houston opening up a double-digit lead over the Mavs on ESPN.

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Mets keep on winning

New York's unbelievable start to the 2015 season continues. The Mets are now an NL-best 9-3, a perfect 6-0 at home, and have won 7 straight after tonight's win over the Marlins. Box score

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Crosby scores again

Sidney Crosby scored for the second time in five minutes and the Penguins have taken a two-goal advantage into the second intermission. Follow live

Vintage D12 early

Dwight Howard is ready to play. He has 4 points and 3 blocks in five minutes as the Rockets are up 11 in the opening minutes. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Machida vs. Rockhold: The Walkout Songs
MMA 

Luke Rockhold walked to the cage in Karate Kid fashion to the tune of "You're The Best." Lyoto Machida walked out to "Jump Around" by House of Pain as the main event fighters are about to touch gloves.

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Penguins take first lead of series

Sidney Crosby converted on the backhand to give the Pens a 2-1 lead in Game 2. This is the Kid's 42nd postseason goal. Follow live

'I'm going to get much better than this'

UFC women's strawweight Paige VanZant says she has "a lot to learn" as she improved to 5-1 in her young career with a one-sided win over Felice Herrig.

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Jacare dominates, submits Camozzi

No surprise here, Ronaldo Souza barely broke a sweat before landing an armbar in the first round to beat Chris Camozzi.

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Sutter evens things up

Brandon Sutter scored a power play goal and the Penguins and Rangers are tied at 1 in the second. New York leads the series 1-0. Follow live

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James Harden & the Rockets take on the Mavericks. He is the only player in NBA history with 200 threes & 700 free throws in a single season

Rockets looking for repeat history

The Mavs have beaten the Rockets twice before in the postseason -- always as the higher seed, though. The last time Houston was the 2 seed was in 1993-94 when it won the first of two NBA championship. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Final: Bulls 103, Bucks 91

Welcome back, Derrick Rose. Rose's first playoff game in three years came to the tune of 23 points on 9-of16 shooting. When ESPN's Israel Gutierrez asked how he was so effective, Rose said, "They're not double teaming. So, it's cool" Box score

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Young hits grand slam

Chris Young adds another four runs to the Yankees' lead, making it 9-0 in the seventh. That's Young's third home run of the season. Follow live

Bulls running behind their backcourt

Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose have 48 of Chicago's 101 points. Chicago's backcourt is shooting 58.6% while the rest of the team is just 40.8% from the field. The Bulls are up 16 late in the fourth. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Chicago Bulls @chicagobulls

With 23 points on the night so far, Jimmy Butler sets a new career playoff high. And he’s not done yet... Bulls up 93-83 with 5 min left.

DeGrom's scoreless inning streak goes on

Jacob deGrom has gone 18.1 innings without allowing a run. The Mets are beating the Marlins 5-0 in the middle of the 7th. Follow live

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Bulls moving the ball

The Bulls assisted on 77.2% of their 22 made field goals in the first half. That's Chicago's highest percentage in any half this season when they've made 20 field goals (52 times). Chicago is up 10 points midway through the fourth. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

TV just showed Rose riding a stationary bike as he prepares to come back in the game. He has played 21 minutes so far.

Brett Okamoto @bokamotoESPN

Max Holloway just steam-rolled Cub Swanson every which way. Dayum. That was incredible. Submission via guillotine R3.